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Tuesday Oct 08, 2013

EAAB reappoints Chaplog as its chief

Bryan Chaplog has been reappointed as chief executive of the Estate Agency Affairs Board (EAAB), the statutory consumer protection body of the property industry.

The board was placed under administration last year by then human settlements minister Tokyo Sexwale, who asked the Special Investigating Unit to conduct a probe into its affairs. His actions were prompted by a reshuffle of board officials, with former acting chief executive Chaplog reappointed after being relieved of his duty, and the suspension of company secretary Nkululeko Ndebele.

The EAAB was in the spotlight because of allegations of mismanagement and embezzlement; the packages allegedly paid to former chief executive Nomonde Mapetla and former senior managers; and highprofile cases, including the criminal case brought against estate agency executive Wendy Machanik and the investigation into sham property auctions by Auction Alliance.

EAAB chairman Kwandiwe Kondlo said Chaplog had rededicated himself to dealing with the challenges still faced by the EAAB in its endeavours to become a world-class regulator.

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